From the Archive: USS Arizona Memorial

70 years ago today, the United States was attacked by Japan at Pearl Harbor. When I put together travel arrangements to visit Hawaii two summers ago, I made it a point to see… Continue reading

Bike Ride on the C & O Canal

With this past weekend’s beautiful weather I finally decided to unchain myself from the desk I have been living at. This fall has slipped quickly by and unfortunately I haven’t been able to… Continue reading

From the Archive: Hockey

With the NHL season finally underway I can breathe a little bit easier. As much as I love football, which none of my friends or family would question, there’s something really special about… Continue reading

Vive la France

I was fortunate enough to spend several weeks in the south of France last month. I met some amazing people on the trip and was helped along the way by the sheer kindness… Continue reading

Reflections on Nantucket, Pt. 2

When I think of the places that truly offer me a chance to slow down, breathe and relax, Bufflehead is one of them. Bufflehead is the rental home some of my family and… Continue reading

Reflections on Nantucket

I was fortunate enough to have recently taken a very restful vacation on Nantucket. Staying at a house overlooking beautiful Hummock Pond brought me a sense of peacefulness I have not found in… Continue reading

Happy Birthday Liam!

My nephew Liam just turned one year old and what better way to celebrate then to show off a few photos of my favorite guy. I have watched with awe and excitement as… Continue reading

Boston Harbor Islands – Boston Light

Despite the unpredictable weather this spring, I can’t help but be thinking about summer. Last summer I took my mom on the Boston Harbor Islands tour of Boston Light. It was a very… Continue reading

Motif No. 1, Rockport

Motif No. 1 in Rockport, MA is probably one of the most recognizable fishing shacks in all the country. Sitting at the edge of Bradley Wharf in Rockport Harbor, the building receives really… Continue reading

Glover’s Marblehead Regiment

On a cold, damp night in late January I photographed the annual march of Glover’s Marblehead Regiment from Old Town House to Old Burial Hill to commemorate the life of Gen. John Glover’s… Continue reading